Trails Construction Alerts
CONFLUENCE BRIDGE REPAIR (Posted April 2014)
The trail widening and safety improvements to the pavement near the bridge at Confluence Park are now complete. This section is now back open.
THE HOOVER BOARDWALK (Posted March 2014)
Located at Area M, has been badly
damaged by ice and is need of repairs. Until the ice melts and the water
levels are at a workable level, the Hoover Boardwalk will be closed. The
gate for the parking at this area has been locked and will not open until
SCIOTO TRAIL - GRANDVIEW AVENUE TO CENTRAL POST OFFICE GAP NOW COMPLETE! Read More Here... (Posted December 2013)
SCIOTO GREENWAYS PROJECT
During the next 18-24 months, there will be several closures and detours posted for the Scioto Trail on both east and west banks. Please use caution downtown as you pass through the construction area. Between November 18 and February 1, the detours will be posted as needed. By Feb. 1, all of the trail along the Scioto Mile is scheduled to be closed and a full detour posted. For additional information please contact email@example.com or call (614) 496-0975.
OLENTANGY TRAIL/ GOODALE STREET BRIDGE
Construction has started on the Olentangy Trail for the new Goodale Street Bridge and Trail Connector. This new connection will be an important link to the Central Ohio Greenway system by increasing access to the Grandview Heights and Harrison West neighborhoods. A new bike/ped bridge and trail will be built between Olentangy River Road to near Michigan Avenue. A new ramp will also connect Goodale Street to the Olentangy Trail. During construction, the trail will remain open and caution signs will be posted marking areas of construction. Please use extreme caution and slow down when passing through the construction zone---workers and equipment will be close to the edges of the path. See rendering HERE.
670 / 71 BRIDGE RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT, 12/1/11
A section of the I-670 Trail between St. Clair and the north entry drive to Fort Hayes High School will be closed beginning December 7, 2011. This 800' closure is for the 670/71 bridge reconstruction project. The path segment will be closed until 2014. The east leg of the trail, from Nelson Road to St. Clair, and the west leg from Jack Gibbs/Cleveland Ave. to Fort Hayes, will remain open. An on-street detour is posted using Spring St. and Long St.